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Principal Development Manager

Architecture 建築

Commercial Construction


GCSE/Scottish Standard Grades A-Level Postgraduate or above 碩士或以上 Undergraduate or above 學士或以上 Intermediate apprenticeship 學徒

Apprenticeship 學徒 華語工作 Contract 合同制 Full-Time 全職 Internship 實習 Part-Time 兼職


The Ridgeway, London, United Kingdom

Spencer Clarke Group are working alongside a local authority based in Enfield to appoint a talented Principal Development Manager on a permanent basis. As a Principal Development Manager, you will work closely with the Head of Strategic Property Development (HOSPD) to produce and implement specific strategies for acquisitions, disposals, development and investment, in line with SAMP principles, to maximise income returns and capital receipts as appropriate. About the role : Manage acquisitions & disposals, area and service reviews to drive opportunities for redundant, surplus or underperforming property assets Ensure technically complex and/or high-profile schemes comply with Council policies, procedures and relevant legislation Report and document asset disposals and use expert knowledge to inform decision making Ensure appropriate due diligence and reporting on acquisitions and disposals Promote change of use of Council land & buildings through the Local Plan process Manage delivery of schemes that meet the Council’s corporate objectives advice including: capital development programme reports, initiating new projects to satisfy occupier needs or enhance asset performance, carrying out financial appraisals, advising on development briefs, planning matters and applications, marketing of properties including grant of development leases, preparing valuation appraisals and evaluating procurement & delivery options, development finance and funding options. Where appropriate advice on Landlord & Tenant negotiations Maintain regular capital programme reports, highlighting progress, risks & outcomes. Identify and escalate any budget risks Lead projects, prepare project scope and targets and produce feasibility studies to support a business case for service needs or opportunities Provide effective management of programmes and development schemes ensuring co-ordination of resources, key dependencies and risk management strategies Procure and manage external professional services/teams and prepare briefs, instruct project management teams and ensure value for money and high-quality services Deliver capital projects before handover to occupiers and Asset Managers Identify and recommend the sale of specific investment properties, in line with SAMP strategy, performance and market pricing Champion and internally promote industry recognised best practice following Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) guidelines and recommendations. Assist with providing specialist input to strategy, policy and planning concerning the Council’s portfolio of property interests. Input into the Asset Management System, as required, working with the Property Information Team to ensure the asset register is up to dat About you : Ability to engage, coach and motivate teams and set clear targets and expectations Evidence high levels of customer service and satisfaction Experience of successfully managing performance and providing clear constructive feedback Experience of successfully implementing plans and projects to time and budget Demonstrates a good understanding of the political structure and role of elected members Ability to work collaboratively both with own service and across other services Experience in negotiating development agreements, joint venture agreements, Heads of Terms for property acquisitions and disposals, instructing and monitoring external agents to acquire or dispose of surplus land and property assets, compulsory purchase. Sound commercial and financial acumen. Previous asset/estate management experience in commercial/public sector surveying including, valuations, acquisitions, disposals and regeneration projects. Previous local government and/or private sector experience across a diverse commercial or mixed-use property portfolio, working with a variety of client groups and able to demonstrate an understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing local government in relation to asset management. Working knowledge of IT systems, including MS Office, appraisal programmes, data bases & relevant software. Knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation (e.g. Local Government Act and Landlord & Tenant Act). Must be a Member or Fellow of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS or FRICS) and have several years post qualification experience. Hold a relevant property related degree (RICS Approved) or equivalent professional property qualification What’s on offer: Contract role Monday to Friday £56 k to £70 k per annum (Negotiable DOE) If you’ve got what it takes and would love to find out more information or apply, either: Hit the apply button now and follow the steps Contact Chris Wilkinson on Email your CV to About Spencer Clarke Group Here at Spencer Clarke Group, we pride ourselves on connecting you with the best career opportunities; our experienced Consultants have extensive market knowledge and will also provide expert career advice along the way. When you join us, you will receive: Access to a wide range of temporary and permanent opportunities Free DBS checks Post Placement Aftercare Loyalty reward scheme and regular competitions for our agency professionals Spencer Clarke Group offer a market leading referral scheme of up to £250 so if you know of someone who may also be looking for an exciting career opportunity, ask them to email their CV to Chris Wilkinson on ;remembering to include your details as well.